Planning Applications Reference:00/00910/FUL

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Type of Application:Full Application
Status:Application Permitted
Address of Proposal:The Old Skittle Alley And Yard, Ring O Bells, Priston, Bath, BA2 9EE
Parish:Priston
Ward:Bathavon West
Proposal:Conversion of skittle alley to residential unit
Decision:PERMIT
Decision Type:RURAL Committee Decision
Applicant Name:Mr B Box
Agent Name:J B Kendall
Agent Address:23 Caroline Close, Keynsham, Bristol, BS31 2LF
Case Officer Name:
Date Application Received:20/04/2000
Date Application Validated:20/04/2000
Neighbourhood Consultations sent on:04/05/2000
Standard Consultations sent on:04/05/2000
Last advertised on:12/05/2000
Expiry Date for Consultation :02/06/2000
Actual Committee Date:02/08/2000
For details of this Development Control Committee Meeting please visit the Councils Democracy Website.
Target Decision Date15/06/2000
Date Decision Issued:03/08/2000

Documents

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Related Property:Ring Of Bells,High Street,Priston,Bath,BA2 9EE.
Related Property:The Old Skittle Alley,Church Lane,Priston,Bath,BA2 9EE.
Reference Proposal Application Received Status
98/02914/FUL .Alterations and extensions to form skittle alley and toilets amended by plans received 15th December 1998.14/09/1998Application Permitted
00/00910/FUL .Conversion of skittle alley to residential unit20/04/2000Application Permitted
01/01021/FUL .Erection of detached house after demolition of existing skittle alley building and sheds, as amended by drawings received 20 June 2001 and 28 June 200108/05/2001Application Permitted
03/02053/FUL .Conservatory as amended by drawings received 29 August 200311/08/2003Application Permitted
07/03457/FUL .Erection of new external staircase following removal of existing14/11/2007Application Permitted
16/00603/TEL .Installation of telecommunications cabinet09/02/2016Application Withdrawn

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